Having shovelled enough of Cadbury’s finest down our necks to whip up a fervoured stint of hyperactivity, it’s with mild reluctance that we were confronted today with a news release about chocolate.
Choc Edge, the creators of the world’s first 3D printer that builds in chocolate, has announced that it’s machine is going on sale for £2,500.
Founded by the University of Exeter’s Dr Liang Hao and a group of final year students, the device is apparently attracting the attention of high street chocolate retailers. Although it missed out on this year’s Easter celebrations, we expect a sweet deal come the December festive season!
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